February 22, 2017

Hospitals and surgery centers across the US are committed to sharing meaningful, accurate quality information with the patients they serve about the care they receive as an effort to help define value. How can Anesthesia effectively provide information to advance a patient-centered healthcare?

Rob Campbell, PharmD, MBA, and Vice President with HCA’s HBP Assessment and Consulting division shares the approach and goals used within HCA and offers a practical framework for anesthesia practices to evolve quality programs in partnership with hospital and surgery centers.

Four foundational elements of a quality measurement program:

  1. Define what makes you special
  2. Leverage a process, such as Approach, Deployment, Learning and Integration (ADLI) and  Levels, Trends, Comparisons, Integration (LeTCI), for tracking key success measures
  3. Use measures as the catalyst for advancing quality programs and hospital partnerships
  4. Share your data as a demonstration of consistency and continuous improvement

Listen to Campbell’s complete presentation here. [Listen time: 33 minutes]

Only have four minutes?

Watch here for Campbell’s guidance on defining what makes you special.

 

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